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Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

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Leadership Lessons from a US Army General  Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

A New Direction

06:37 min | 7 months ago

Leadership Lessons from a US Army General Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

"A gunnery. Sergeant michael burkhart was the who was the explosive ordinance disposal team leader went down to that site with two young marines and they were going to conduct a post blast analysis to determine a tactics techniques procedures insurgents. Were using so we could try to prevent these attacks from happening again in the future and when gunny burkhardt got down there with two young rains was chaotic. The soldiers were cisterna. Seen the ad that a chaos there were two reporters from the omaha world herald newspaper there there were embedded reporter so anyway going burkhard gets down. There sees the destroyed up. Armored humvee sees a crater near that up armored humvee bow four feet in diameter a couple of feet deep makes an assumption that that's for that roadside bomb that destroyed that humvee was placed jumps down into crater. Take a closer look as soon as he did that. He realized he made a mistake because he could see in the dirt in front of him to artillery shells. Red detonation cord running in the nose was a roadside bomb. That an insurgent have placed their so. He took his k bar knife. Cut the red debt. Detonation cord to neutralize that roadside bomb. He didn't see a third artillery shell into dirt behind him in that crater. An insurgent was off in the distance. Hit a button. On a that nation device that artillery shell exploded not going burkhardt about fifteen feet into the air lands on the dirt road unconscious pants soaked with blood. Our soldiers call a medevac helicopter. Ride away go up tomb start. Cut his pants off. Start tending to his boons after few minutes burkhart regains consciousness. The soldiers couldn't believe that and and he's laying there and he asked the soldiers if he has both of his legs because they had no no sensation from the waist down. They sure to me had both of his legs. They continue to work on 'em couple minutes later. He gets a tingling sensation in his legs. He tells the soldiers he wants to stand up. Soldiers couldn't believe that this guy had just gotten blown up and so we struggles to his feet. He standing there to soldiers around him. The medevac helicopter comes in lands on the ground behind them. The soldiers point to the stretcher On the ground in front of the misogony. We've got you know. Gotta put you on a stretcher and carry you to that helicopter. He looks at the soldiers and he says i'm not going to have you carry me that helicopter on a stretcher. I'm going to walk there under my own power. Because i don't want the insurgents of the pleasure of seeing me being carried that helicopter and easy. He says that he raises his hand into the air and gives the insurgents which i will call a one finger salute reporter reported from the omaha world heritage takes a picture of him standing there Groin protector. you know. In in front of his private area there. No pants on finger thrown up into the air soldiers around him. You'd say the helicopter the background. That picture became an iconic picture of the iraq war but what is deleted Point of the story. And the reason i tell this story and the reason. I think it's important. The leadership point of this story is member told you. He had two young marines with them that day. He knew he was going to have to recover from his wounds. He knew what all the roadside bomb attacks were getting that those two young marines were going to have to be out there probably later on that day routes realizing roadside bombs. The reason he wanted to walk to that helicopter instead of being carried there had nothing at all to do with what he thought and surgeons for thinking. He wanted to walk to that helicopter so we would not shatter the confidence of those too young marines. Pseudo leadership point is even after getting blown up ten minutes earlier. His main concern was not with his own wounds. His bank concern was with those two young marines. Who he was leading an isn't that what leadership is all about. And we talked about that looking out for the welfare of those you lead rather than your own welfare and that's exactly what gandhi burkhardt exemplified that day. And that's why. I like to tell that story that i read read that story. I had to read it again. Because i was laughing because i could just see i. I have friends who are marines right by the way. There's no such thing as an ex marine okay. the just doesn't exist. I've been told that countless times by my friend there's just no such thing they they may be quote unquote have retired at the end of their name. But they're still all. And and and i just thinking about them go. That's exactly what jimmy would. That's exactly what he would have done. That's what bob would have done. He would have done the same thing. I i can. Just see it. I just great story but it was truly the surprise in that lesson was not. I thought it was going to be resiliency. It is but the point is that he cared so much about making sure that those other two young marines were their that their mental emotional state was not shaken. Yeah and you know jay that think about this as leaders we face adversity almost every day in whatever organization were leading the some degree and and sometimes things get tough honest and the point is as a leader. You can't be thinking. I'm an figuratively. I'll use this. You know you can't be thinking. I'm cold i i'm hungry. You know i. I'm shivering right. No you you've got to show those you're leading that you know what i've got the resiliency to overcome this. And because i do you have the resiliency to overcome. They might be called. I might be hungry. I might be weak. But i'm going to take care of you before i take care of myself. And that's the essence of leadership. We underestimate the modeling of behavior. Don't we when it comes to leadership absolutely. Yeah and you know what the other thing i learned in my forty years of leading soldiers also leading teams in the business sector. Is the people you lead are always watching you practice. You know you could. You could put down in writing. What your leadership philosophy is or you could verbally give some guidance about behaviors. You're looking for but those you lead are going to be watching to see you. Know how do you adhere your own guidance. Behaviors that you're looking for you. Exemplify those behaviors and your followers are always watching and your actions speak so much larger than larger louder than your words. Do

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"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Morning guy. Burkhardt woke up screaming. He dragged himself into the kitchen where his wife. Mary was preparing breakfast and discovered. It was still june fifteenth. Mary whereas the morning paper. Where is it outside the door. I guess june fifteenth. You'd better hurry dear. Today's the day. Mr bar fills out the quarterly tax. Return all know why he won't be there. You'll get a meeting with a crackpot doors and at the human research institute dart he'll be there and miss haunting you hairdo and the elevator will be some new product and swanson. What about swanson he said. I wonder if it's going to be the same today for the guy. What in the world are you talking about. Nothing of my with my coach wanna miss my bus. I'll.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Fifteen Burkhardt got up dressed ate breakfast. Enter the usual bus once again. Everything seemed even brighter and newer than usual and once again. He was puzzled when he noticed none of the old crowd. On about hardly. Please look. don't.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Burkhardt got up. Dressed ate breakfast and the usual bus once again even brighter and newer than usual and once again. He was puzzled when he noticed none of the old crowd on about. Please look. don't shove.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You understand why. It's your sledged. The great loosening figure moved closer. It seemed take shape now and yet it was so gigantic has to be unbelievable. It came closer. The glare was partially blocked. And then guy burkhardt knew that the towering shape wasn't another then endorphin himself. Your see how. I did it berko. I took your brain. It's an ad them recused so that could be transferred to tiny humanoid manic. That what you walk up a tiny minute jor of yourself and the city this experiment. I'm conducting tape is table talk..

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NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

Broncos Country Tonight

04:11 min | 1 year ago

NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

"Own ego signing the franchise tag is gonna make you more money. In the long run. You will make more money off the franchise tag because you're still going to get the big money deal the next year or the year after. And it's interesting for like Dak Prescott, For example, he ended up getting the five year deal that Dallas ended up wanting simultaneously. He got more money up front. I mean, I think I remember he was six years ago. Control. They got everything they wanted out of exactly right. But on the other side, he had to wait for Patrick Holmes deal to come in. Yes, way for John Watson and better And that's you saying the market on Lee goes up You is an NFL team. You are one of two entities. You are the people that set the market or you are the people that are reacting to it. That's it. There is no in between, and so you can either get out in front of it and pay a guy and it's gonna be a cheap deal in two years. It's gonna be expensive. Looking at the front end. You're gonna get a little laughter when you sign it. And then two years and then your best bet go well, you got a quarterback, that's 80% of the market. Or you're gonna be. You know the team that it's reacting to the market and get going over pay for stuff. That's what happens. You know, the faster you get the deal done, the better off. You are period point blank end of discussion. By the way. Marcus may also got tagged today. So is it. We're tying to justice that was expected, You know, Like I said, I can't go to the particulars. But I had a great conversation there Senior bowl with Eric Burkhardt, who's Marcus Mae's agent? We're talking about the situation and everything, And I think those two safeties are eyeballing each other as far as what the contract Sorry. It's gonna be a question. Which team blinks first, but this was kind of like If we go back several years, everyone Dez Bryant and Marius Thomas. Both got tags. They both ended up getting their contracts done, but they literally got done within the same day. Well, it was pulled. Teams were waiting on the other one, You know, to kind of see the framework and see if they were the same ballpark. This deal done. And finally Jerry was, like, just do it here, you know, And that's and then the Broncos like, okay, we'll offer you that. It is very same thing crazy, so it might come down to the same kind of deal And if the Jets can get Marcus made done, they think Justin's will get done first, and I think it will get done early. Okay, So I think Justin's deal we've got well before the draft. Okay. All right. I like that. They've got to well after that to get it done. So that's just my hunch. Um, based on what I know about both sides of the situation and and again, it kind of comes back to the whole procedural word that was used. That was the word that the Broncos used. That's the word that we've understood this entire time. You've been listening the program, we said From a procedural standpoint, the Broncos will likely use that franchise tag for the second time on Justine Simmons is not the intense and not give him a long term deal. People are misunderstanding this situation, and I even had questions today about okay. Well, if they would've pushed back the franchise tag, maybe the Broncos could've gotten something done. Or maybe the Broncos should have tried to do something like the Cowboys were. This whole deal came together in like 24 hours. The fact is, if you You with the way it's supposed to be viewed, which is what the Broncos are doing. This is a we don't want you going anywhere. We don't want to risk getting to the final 11th hour and all of a sudden there's a paperwork issue, and we can't do a bill. That's exactly right. We do not want to risk that. We're not gonna stub our toe. And so we're going to go ahead and get this thing done now and understand they on the other side. The expectation by all parties involved is to get something long term done. Yeah, um and how it should be used by the way the doctor getting it done in 24 hours. I hate that. I hate that term because it's It's not really They were close last year last they were. They were close last twosome framework there, But I'm saying that like it really escalated over the last 24 hours. To appoint, at least at some of the reporting this out there really escalated over the last 24 hours that they were able to get to the finish line right before the franchise tag deadline, right, so that that's that's the thing Dallas has been called. They were close, actually Latin. Not last year, the year before last, Scuse me. Before the first tag that September. They were close. Stephen Jones, They believed they had it. They believed they had it and they were. There were some issues with length and and how the final two years of the deal were structured and all that kind of stopping. It fell apart last night, but they they thought Dallas thought they had it done. S o. You know, I'll just I'll just leave that at that. And we can we go up but a sparse the Broncos go. I have no doubts that they'll get this deal done. I really don't have 99.999999999% Sure they get this thing done, Okay? And then as far as

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tens Red Burkhardt reports. The South Bay is the latest to get a mass vaccination site, the San Francisco 40 Niners and Santa Clara County will open what they described as California's largest vaccination site at Levi Stadium. Eventually, they hope to vaccinate 15,000 people a day. This morning, a mass vaccination side Open and Mosconi center in San Francisco that will be able to vaccinate up to 4000 people a day by next week. Eventually, they have a goal of inoculating 10,000 people a day. There's also a mass vaccination site opening this week at Golden Gate Fields and Albany for people who live in Alameda County Contra Costa County says most of its residents will be vaccinated by Independence Day. Brett Burkhardt kgo Way, 10 New legislation in Sacramento would help bars and restaurants recover faster from the pandemic. The measure would create more flexibility and how they conserve alcohol, including where they conserve and how they can share space with other businesses. It would also create new jobs in the service industry. New guilty pleas today. Coming in the college admissions cheating case, a BCS Aaron Carter ski telling us it comes from a private equity executive here in California. The case against William McGlashen highlights how this scheme past money from person to person to person to end up with an inflated a CT exam score. McGlashen paid scheme mastermind Rick Singer who then bribed a test administrator who then allowed a test. Proctor to secretly correct McGlashen sons answers. McGlashen agreed to plead guilty to a sink. Account of wire fraud. He's the 30th guilty plea among parents charged in.

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Winning $1 billion Mega Millions ticket sold in Michigan

Consumer News with Michael Finney

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Winning $1 billion Mega Millions ticket sold in Michigan

"No word who bought it? But lottery officials say one winning ticket was sold, matching all the mega millions numbers last night with a billion dollars sold at a supermarket and no by Michigan were a shopper. Laurie Burkhardt knows it can't be. Her line was too long, and I was trying to be safe. And so I'm like, all right, so I started going to other stores. Yes, I bought my ticket somewhere else. And no, I didn't

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Attuned to KGO Big Thanks to Brett Burkhardt, of course, Mark Nieto, Sherry and John Daly and all of you Stay with radio. This is Thie, Amy Cockney Barrett nomination confirmation hearings on kgs. From ABC News. I'm Chuck's even Republicans plowing ahead. Democrats objecting a confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney barrel Democratic senators accusing their Republican counterparts of rushing Judge Barrett's confirmation to the Supreme Court, arguing the Senate should instead be focused on passing a new Corona virus relief bill. Senator Chris Ku, you're wondering why on Earth this Senate Is focused on racing forward with a Supreme Court nominee. It is not willing to take a vote to provide needed relief for them, and their family's Democrats argue it should be up to the next president to fill the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat in as the secretary. ABC NEWS Washington ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams. She's going to start by talking about her personal story about her faith. She will certainly talk about the rule of law. Respect for the Supreme Court in person presidential campaigning President Trump later today in Sanford, Florida Democrat Joe Biden in Toledo in Cincinnati, Ohio. A government scientist who's always said he's nonpartisans speaking out ABC Cecilia Vega, the Trump campaign under fire for a new ad that shows Dr Anthony Fauci praising.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"All patient eligible for savings as farmers was for detail, windy but mild the day the range will land between the mid sixties in the mid eighties. More Hayes for the weekend windy conditions and hot temperatures mid nineties for high tomorrow 102 for a high on Sunday. I'm Brett Burkhardt about Mark Thompson show on kgo A 10. You can now listen at home by simply saying Alexa, placate 10. Now Here's Mark Thompson. Everybody quiet. Listen to me. I'm going to start a show. Some of your people have been with me before. You know, it's gonna be a tough grind. But we're goingto have a show and we're going live in 54. Here you go here. Show time. Good morning. It's Mark Thompson. We're mopping up till we kind of Friday. Good that you're here hate that It's gonna get so hot, and it's already beginning to get uncomfortable. This weekend is gonna bring temperatures close 110 degrees. 1071 await outrageous. Plus you have the recurrence in a high tide advisory. So people are going to the beach to find relief. You've got to be careful. Never been caught in one of those riptides. It's nasty. Oh, yeah? Yeah. I mean, you know, you always hear about how bad it is. It's It's really Bizarre because its challenges your sense of Of orientation,.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Naturally superiors leave. Paul arrived this morning. So Heisel range for the mid sixties to the mid eighties, mild the rest of the week and then we're going to warm things up for the weekend. It's gonna become Smokey on Saturday with windy conditions, triple digit heat. Is back in the forecast beginning on Sunday as well, I'm Red Burkhardt, This is about Mark Thompson Show on kgo a 10. You can now listen at home by simply saying Alexa play kgo 10. Now Here's Mark Thompson. Everybody quiet! Listen to me. I'm going to start a show. Some of your people have been with me before. You know, it's gonna be a tough grind. But we're goingto have a show and we're going live in 54. Very curious. Here. You hear? What up friends? It's okay. Joy 10. Nice to have you all with us on a Tuesday, September 22nd eyes that national voter registration day or something. Thank you for mentioning that. Yeah. Seems like an odd I get hot. Just finished. OK? Seems like, oddly late in the process to register, But all right, I I understand that this is a election year. That's not White, like other election year, So perhaps you know, the normal timeline isn't one that we've conformed to thiss year. But anyway, it is national voter registration days. You should register.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Simpson trial, Right? She's Yeah, she's going to be here this time next hour talking about some of the topics that should be. Yeah. We're gonna talk to her. Yeah, That's right. We'll talk to her at noon right before she she goes on, but she's been on the air for so long here in the Bay Area does such a great job and she's coming up after Sammy, But stay with us. Sammy Hagar. As we continue on news, talk 8 10, Dan Ashley Burkhardt with you Now, ABC News. From ABC News Michelle Franzen in California Fears turn into tears of joy today for 14 year old Ethan Cow, who was rescued by helicopters from China Peak in the Sierra National Forest in Fresno County, reunited with his mom. Towel, part of a group of hikers trapped by the creek fire sparked this weekend and one of dozens burning throughout the state. More than 27 states now reporting an uptick in new Corona virus cases with college students not following the rules on or off campus is that's catching the blame for the spread. Hundreds of University of Wisconsin students living in Greek housing now told they must get tested after dozens tested positive students who test positive for covert 19 at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus are being moved. Isolation dorms, though the school says it's now investigating a big party scene on social media at an isolation dorm over the weekend, Laurie, researcher UW's vice chancellor for student affairs, says they've established an emergency suspension policy for students who flout the cove in 19 requirements. Since I want to follow the rules, and they're willing to take the risk, then they don't deserve to be here. And it's just not worth it. 1500 students who belong to fraternities and sororities must be tested by Friday. Ryan Burrow ABC News, the nation's biggest bank, raising a red flag over Corona virus relief funds that they say were misused. JPMorgan Chase said the bank has identified potentially illegal conduct that includes instances of customers, misusing paycheck protection program loans, as well as unemployment benefits and other government programs. The disclosure came in a memo to staff from the bank senior leaders, that memo said some employees may Fallen short to know specifics were disclosed in the bank declined to elaborate. JP Morgan issued nearly 300,000 PPP loans totaling almost $30 billion and said We're doing all we can to identify misuse and cooperate with law enforcement. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New York You're listening to ABC News looking toe learn,.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Costs Come in, or call today to get a free prescription savings review at CVS Savings Very Not all patient eligible for savings. Asked pharmacist for detail. We have the marine layer and a mix of smoke around parts of the Bay Area. So expect hazy sunshine by this afternoon, and the hides will top out from the mid sixties to the mid nineties. A little bit cooler and breezy for your Saturday tomorrow. I'm Brett Burkhardt about Mark Thompson show on kgo A 10. You can. Now listen at home by simply saying Alexa Blake, a 10. Now here's Mark Thompson. Everybody quiet. Listen to me. We're gonna start a show. Some of you people have been with me before. You know, it's gonna be a tough crime, but we're goingto have a show going live in 54. Here. You here. Good morning, fellow hatreds. I love the You know the one thing I love it's paper patriotism. You know, that's the way the flag waving and you know who's with me. Hatreds, right? It's the greatest country in the world. Freedom. I mean, you know there's some greatness to all of these things. But you know when it's just stacked that high, it really is. It's a bit remarkable, but that fireworks show scared pets. Four states away. Are you kidding me? That was the biggest firework show that I've ever seen. It was and that gotta hand it to them. The Trump 2020 fireworks, which were lighting up the sky multiple.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's a good place to live way. Try to keep it that way On the job with officers. Burkhardt and Thompson were patrolling together. Mark what would be your expertise? Of course. I'd be the cop who sees the scene. I would see everything. You'd be cowering in fear in the backseat. Officer Thompson. There's no no situation to tough. You're a cop of flatfoot. A bullet. Dick, John Lawyer, the fuzz, the heat. You're poison your trouble. You're bad news. No purpose. Too difficult. Pimps, addicts, thieves, bums. Y knows girls who can't keep on address on men who don't care. No situation too complicated for Officer Thompson kid with a knife, A pill head with a gun or two ex cons with nothing to lose. I think you would have fun patrolling the streets. Yeah. If we didn't have to do anything without fun. Are you kidding? It's a really hard job. No, I I've said it before. I could never be a cop. I'd be firing that gun off like crazy would be awful. If you can all relax. Looks like Burkhart and Thompson will be keeping their day jobs tender, noon on KGO. Kgo news guy. Brett Burkhardt is usually very disciplined. So you don't hear things like this. Get large. Haas avocados. 10 for $10. Pork spirit spirit. Spare with ribs I should say for just do you want to do and make it on that ad for the spirit? The spirit, Roz. It was, of course, immediately reprimanded by Mistress Nicki. If you don't speak perfectly every single second. Brett's pathetic excuse. My left hand has been asleep since I got up this morning. Views herself. Mistress Nicky may tell Brett one thing but mean just the opposite. I am not one to judge people that say, words a little bit wrong. Then it's up to Brett to figure out what she really wants. Let's do it make good for that right now looked pas avocados 10 for $10 pork spare ribs, just a tougher 99 per pound. Sounds like he's avoided further punishment this time, But if it happens again, it could mean his job. Marconi's mistress Nicky loves their work. No better way to pass the time mornings on KGO 10. Que Dios PAP. Thurston loves getting collars with good questions. But there's no guarantee the callers will like her answers. The death rate for people under 70 people over 70 Don't count. Is that right? People over 70? Don't count. They're not American citizens. You don't give a crap older Americans. How old are you, Robert? Older you, Robert. I'm asking you how you're 62. You're gonna be there pretty soon. How's it going to be with people Don't give a crap about whether you live or die. Yes. Son of a death rate right now is under 1%. It doesn't mean 99% of these cases are harmless. What do you two find this harmless due to find this harm with if you're a person who has to undergo one of those God awful ventilators. If you've suffered damage to your heart, all the organs are impacted by this. Don't be stupid. I mean, you're already proved that you're an S o b. Don't be stupid on top of it that uncensored noon to three on 10. There's one topic which comes up a lot of a John Rothman show. John, I listen to you all the time. Just because I need to get my blood pressure up. It's theater, man. Every night I turn in, and I hear how is the world coming to an end? Because of Donald Trump Tonight? Sometimes you say the wrong thing I have done that. You won't care about this virus, John the day after the election, you bet I'm going to talk about it. Whoever the next president, the United States for Mark is he's gonna have to deal with us. Your show wins Best hate man. Explain me. Why This is all a narrative too far back on Donald Trump. They weren't laughing at me. They were laughing with me before was Russian collusion. And then before that, it was systemic racism. Are you telling me, sir, With all due respect, the systemic racism doesn't exist. No, I do not believe it. Okay? And you're telling the Russians did not try to interfere in the American election. They interfere in every election. No, they don't know. I mean, after all that Ocean. It just ends with Rothman in a word. 69 on KGO. We had fun.

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Officials declare Allegiant Stadium in Vegas almost complete

Pat Thurston

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Officials declare Allegiant Stadium in Vegas almost complete

"New Dome Stadium on the Las Vegas Strip is substantially completed today has long been the target date to finish the 65,000 seat Allegiance Stadium. County officials have issued a temporary occupancy permit, but officials acknowledge the covert 19 pandemic is affecting scheduled events. The first Raiders game at the stadium is scheduled for Monday night. A matchup September 21st against the New Orleans Saints. But as you know anything could happen now that we're on covert time. Rhett Burkhardt

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight news update. And the radio news time is 11 31. I'm Kim McAllister and for Brett Burkhardt on the Mark Thompson show 70% of deaths related to the Corona virus in Contra Costa County have been associated with nursing homes and assisted long term care facilities. The space time says the number of death connected to nursing homes to 68% in San Mateo County, 45% in Santa Clara County and state wide. 46% of Corona virus death are linked to nursing home. California set a record for Corona virus related death in a single day. Correspondent Stephanie Elam in Los Angeles talks about one group of people that have been especially hard hit. As far as the Latino population in California. Let's just put this into perspective here. The death rate here that represent 45.2% of that builder Latino people of the number of cases that is coming from 55.6% of them are represented by Latino people. So obviously that shows you who is bearing the brunt of this here in California. And new numbers are expected to be released today during the governor's press briefing at noon and KGO will be carrying that live. Ah Work party is to blame for a staff Corona virus outbreak at a trader Joe's in San Jose Mercury News, says eight people with ties to trader Joe's tested positive that's due to workers coming into close contact outside of work. We'll check in with Mark Nieto for a look at your traffic and also look at whether after the run Ellen's report This is the Rana one's report on KGO 10 a voice of reason for 44 years and member of the National Radio Hall of Fame. Here's Ronn Owens. Today we do part two.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"With bread Burkhardt at our studios in San Francisco. Good morning. Good morning, And we're still here in San Francisco. In case you were wondering Yes, Everybody is still alive and doing well, my sitting on the couch yesterday with my kid just kind of looking for something a watch on the television and My in laws walked through the front door, which you know, I love my and lost to death by my mother in law just came back from Kentucky the day before on an airplane. So you know, it seems to be her M o that she goes on a trip and goes on a plane and then comes right over. It's a tough one for me. I love them. I welcomed them. I don't know what I'm supposed to do is a As a daughter in law. Just say, you know, get the heck out of my house. Of course not. But yeah, it's this is the world we live in where every encounter with people you have to think about Where have you been? What have you been doing? And so you know, I didn't hug her. Kiss her or do anything like that. But, yeah, she was in my house for a couple hours about the kids that they got anything like that They didn't at all on day didn't go for it either Like that. She wasn't like, Oh, come give me a hug and a kiss or anything like that. It's just one of those things where You know, I'm trusting her that she Has done the right things right? So I asked. How was the flight wearing masks that that's code to contact with anybody on? She said that you know the flight you took. I believe she was on Southwest. They still have the centre. I'll empty, OK, and she says, But people were allowed to eat and drink because it's a long flight all the way to Kentucky. But she did not. She says. I didn't eat or drink anything. So, uh And then she was in Kentucky with my sister in law and my niece is she didn't seem from her stories that they did much You know, they weren't going out or anything. They were pretty much staying home and swimming and things like that, but It. Does. You know what So for the next two weeks every time I have a tickle in my darn throat, I'm gonna be wondering. Is that you, Rhona? I don't know. I just I don't know why there are so many people. I think you can relate to that story That happened to me over the weekend on Friday. It was my dad's birthday. And it was a milestone birthday. And, you know, I just wanted to be able to just wish him a happy birthday in person. So we as a family went over to their house and sat across the lawn while they sat on the patio. Well, my sister who lives in Las Vegas, Ah, flew out with my niece. And they immediately you know they were wearing their masks. And what have you and there were spaced on the plane, but they immediately got in their car because they were picked up at the airport by my parents. They stay at the house. They said to each other and yes, and and I don't know what it is. Nicky is it just because you and I are immersed in this conversation for hours on end every day. We're tracking the numbers. We are like hypersensitive to the cases, the stories behind the scenes behind hospital walls, but I just was freaking out in my head. But I can't say anything because they're my family. Right? Isn't that Isn't it crazy that we feel that way? It's you know, they're the most important people in our lives. And yet it's not that I don't feel comfortable saying anything. It's just kind of. Well, I feel like they wouldn't put me at risk. So I'm trusting them right. Like I'm trusting that you would tell me But what you don't know you don't No. And I don't think you know. You know, CNN always highlights a few of the deaths every morning that we've, you know, people we've lost to this virus, and so many of them are just healthy. No underlying health conditions, people and I'm sure You know if they got it from a loved one that loved one didn't want to give it to them. So it's just I don't know. Yeah, it could be war or hyper sensitive, But I know people that aren't in the business that are hypersensitive. We're following the guidance but we can on ly dio and control what we can control. Should I have, you know? So I jumped off the couch and said You just got back from Kentucky. You've been on an airplane. You've been outside my social bubble. Get out. That was never in a 1,000,000 years going to happen. I wasn't the question is like, Are you willing to shame? I mean, some people are willing to shame people strangers on the street who don't wear masks or try to go into a restaurant or another establishment without a mask. But are we willing to shame our own family members and that's what that was the debate I was having in my head the whole time we were sitting across the lawn. Trying to be safe, Just like I don't know I it's whatyou conduce face to face. I feel like if you're on the phone with somebody, it's easier like Don't go to the gym, Dad because, you know, I'm not looking at you straight in the face. I'll even though I tell him that to his face, But when you're when there's a bit of a difference, you could talk about it without kind of that fear, But when they're standing at your front door, what are literally in your house? Somebody just texted from the 916 and I'm cracking up, They said My in laws would get pepper's rate of I don't know that, you know, saying something about your relationship with your inlaws, Would you? Pepper sprayed them even before the panda? Think away or you know, And another thing that I didn't dio that maybe I should start doing and I just I know I'm not going to is the minute they come over. I put a mask on. I don't wear one in my own house. That's a message. Should I have put a mask on? I don't know, but it's so well I will tell you nice. My sister told me that my dad purposely wore a mask on Lee when we showed up first, and we're still cross along, but he purposely wore a mask to come outside on the patio. Just because of me like he knew that it was a big concern for us. I mean, and you know, we have our daughter as an auto immune disease. So I mean, she she could have some serious side effects. There was AH, 13 year old girl in Oklahoma, who had Koven, 19 was checked into the hospital in an hour later died. Guys. She had an auto immune disease and so that so it's it's kind of top top of the mind for us..

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Brett Burkhardt. Santa Clara County is relaxing part of its health order Today, salons and Jim's will re open but with restrictions No cardio equipment will be allowed. Sonoma County is going backwards because of a spike in cases and a rising hospitalization rate. Indoor dining is no longer allowed. Health officers attribute the rise to gatherings for funerals of holidays. Contra Costa County is also rolling back some of its reopening plan by banning indoor religious ceremonies because its positivity rate has reached 8%. Alameda County trying to get state approval for outdoor dining to resume but four cities are not waiting. Oakland, Livermore, Dublin and Hayward are continuing outdoor dining until a decision is made this week if a variance is approved by the state It would also allow the Oakland Zoo to reopen as an outdoor museum. Let's update your drive around the Bay Area marked. Nieto is watching it closely. And he begins this time around with a check of the Altamont pass from the Children, Not a body traffic desk as we get things going here on this Monday morning, we do have activity is you Make the Altamont Pass Dr. West bound as slow as you had in from Tracy from the 11th Street, merge onto 05 That'll continue onto westbound five media past grand line and then eastbound 5 80 right before Grant line, a report of a stalled in the left hand lane in the South Bay North bound to 80 before 85. They're cleaning up earlier crash, everything there is on the shoulder. North bound, won a lot in the Ceulaer area south of Salinas is shut down due to an injury crash before Esperanza and then North bound one on one also starting to bog down a bit. In Morgan Hill eastbound 18 year red top. There is a wreck on the shoulder, just a minor delay so far at the westbound a bridge. And we are clear in the inland areas still have a marine layer along the coast over the Golden Gate and the bay. But it will be sunny and a little bit cooler. No triple digit.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on KGO 810

"News guy Brett Burkhardt is usually very disciplined. So you don't hear things like this. Get large. Haas avocados. 10 for $10. Pork spirit spirit. Spare with ribs I should say for just Do you want to do it? Make it on that ad for the spirits and the spirit, Roz. It was, of course, immediately reprimanded by Mistress Nicki. If you don't speak perfectly every single second Breads. Pathetic. Excuse my left hand has been asleep since I got up this morning to amuse herself. Mistress Nicky may tell Brad one thing but mean, just the opposite. I am not one to judge people. Let's say words a little bit wrong. Then it's up to Brett to figure out what she really wants. Let's do it make good for that right now looked pas avocados, 10 for $10 pork spare ribs, just a tougher 99 per pound. Sounds like he's avoided further punishment this time, But if it happens again, it could mean his job. Andr. Kony's mistress, Nicky loves her. Work. No better way to pass the time all mornings on KGO 10. Now that the NBA's back, probably distant tater here to help you navigate the ins and outs of the shortened season, But there seems to be some questions and then absolute goes on TNT. They asking the questions. He's like, Stop asking questions, and it sounds like the players all started talking each other. They had support questions. And then they started talking about Barnes and other beauty people. They're like a of these guys might not want to go down to a bubble. Listen, subscribe to tight isn't AIDS for free on apple podcasts or wherever you enjoy your party? Yes. A better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. Anyone else out there suffering from decision fatigue. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. There's so many things to be stressed out about right now. Police protest pandemic that could make simple choices like whether to go to the grocery store seemed like major life decisions. Sometimes I spent way too long, just trying to figure out what tie to put on in the morning. A prominent neuroscientist, told one of my colleagues. It's no wonder our overworked brains can't spit out a decision. We have become victims of.

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"burkhardt" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on By His Grace

"Burkhardt wurley lisa welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much misty. I'm really looking forward to spend some time with you thank you we are going to talk about you growing up without a father but before a war we talk about that i when i met you. Recently i found out that you were a sports newscast. The chris i was people have put the label pioneer on a and with i i was kind of offended by it i but now i'm saying it myself but i was one of the first in the country. <hes> i love sports. I always enjoyed sports. I played college basketball at a small college level and i was really looking for a career is kinda. Lost lost in a guy named verne lundquist came to my school to speak to our sports breakfast and and i i cannot even tell you what burns said. I just knew at that moment that i was going tend to be a sportscaster. I went on to have a nineteen year career on national television and on a local television. I was in san antonio texas for about twelve years. That's that's wonderful and i think you might have mentioned something like something happened to you. During that time that <hes> jackie talking about that olympic brought brought me back well i am i was christian <hes> when i went into that field but i wasn't really a follower you know i think there's a difference between <hes> accepting jesus eases christ as savior but <hes> lordship is a whole different ballgame so i'd gone off into my career and was doing pretty well and i was on national television and working in new york city which is the top market in the entire country <hes> but <hes> in one week's time i lost both of those jobs i went went from six figures to zero overnight and and i was devastated. I don't know of anyone listening right now has ever lost jobs. I'm but you know it really does a number number on your identity because if your identity has caught up in your career you feel a little bit hopeless and you're not even sure i wasn't sure that i'd work again in my field but <hes> i went back to that stability that i knew from back in high school when somebody led me to christ and took me to church god and so i i went to a <hes> a church for the first time in a while and i began <hes> participating in a bible study with a women's bible study for it was actually for moms i had a small child and and so i began studying the book of john of all things the love gospel and i always think that god reached out to me and pulled me back into his old <hes> through the law gospel because he loved me so much and so and so i started studying the word of god and it was during that time where i finally got connected again that he told me why he had to let me <hes> all like that and lose my job because i was really angry about it and i was upset and i blamed him him and he said because <hes> i gave you this national platform to glorify me and you didn't do it. I had to take it away from you to get your attention. Wow that was at that moment misty. I was so repentant <hes> i. I really dropped to my knees. I was crying and i said if you give me another opportunity as a sportscaster not only will. I give you my career. I'll give you my life so that day. I literally surrendered the control of my life to god and so a week later of all things i mean. He heard me because a week later. I got a call from my agent asking if i wanted to do some freelance reporting for e._s._p._n. Which was a career goal of mine amazing. You know i think you hit the nail right on the head. You know god will strip us away from everything <hes> until our identity is in him for me it took him at took me breaking both of my arms james and being unable to do anything for an entire year in a house full of boys to just fit into into have my father's thing over me and to tell me how loved labdai was <hes> and that's something that we're going to touch on in <hes> today's episode you grew up not ever knowing your father so would you share that story with the audience here. My father was a doctor a general practitioner doctor and he had grown up in chicago. <hes> the jewish and <hes> ended up in san antonio texas by way of the air force. He likes san antonio so much that he stayed there and and he ended up meeting my mother or my mother yes. He ended up meeting my mother on a on a blind date and my mom said she didn't really like him. At first she thought he was a sissy because he had a sequence high on they get along really well and got married and she became pregnant with me now. My dad also was a competitive polo player. That's what he did for recreation recreation on the weekends so every sunday afternoon my mom would go watch him play polo and mike <hes> half sister he was married before my half sister was there and as were some of my family family members <hes> other family members and <hes> they did that every sunday afternoon but then once sunday afternoon something horribly wrong my dad clutched his chest asti he fell off his polo pony and and they discovered later that he had suffered a massive heart attack. My mother jumped into the ambulance and and my half sister. She says she was left there alone and she said she it took many many years of counseling to overcome the events of that day and she didn't want to have a relationship with me <hes> because she didn't want share about that so long story short he died before he got to the hospital. At the age of thirty nine and my good months later i was born and so i was born into this fobus world. My mother never recovered from that sudden death. She was an a ties on prescription description match at several different <hes> anti depressants that she was on which was like a molotov cocktail. I believe in because later on they they discovered that some of those drugs caused brain damage and i believe that happened to her and and she would smoke she was a chain smoker and and she drank and and so <hes> and she did give up the drinking later on but it was a very hard life for a little girl growing up i was off and on with my grandparents because she would have trouble and she couldn't maintain the household and and so but she was really emotionally ocean absent so she became my greatest fear misdee- i feared being anything like my mother <hes> i. I didn't sit around all day. I think that's why i'm an overachiever to this this day. <hes> as i have to be busy but i just didn't want to be anything like my mom and that sounds terrible but it was a very difficult life i just felt unloved and lonely growing up and and so <hes> as i told you i lost both those jobs <hes> up been a new york when i was in new york city and i went to work for e._s._p._n. So this was a pivotal moment for me because <hes> because because i had this opportunity to go back to san antonio where i was from and where my mother lived and i the old lisa would have never done that not only at least have not gone backwards in her career <hes> but this new rededicated lisa to cry decided to pray about this job opportunity. Should i go back home to san antonio. Should i stay with e._s._p._n. And what came to may was if they offered me a sportscenter anchoring job that i would stay at e._s._p._n. But if they didn't it would be my signed to go back to san antonio and sure enough misty they did not <hes> offer me a sportscenter anchoring job. They offered me a fulltime reporting job now. I say i was probably the first person to turn down e._s._p._n. For a fulltime reporting job that i felt like i was supposed to go home and and what it was all about was my mother. It wasn't a bad. I did a lot of cool things that year. When i went back to sports at my hometown of san antonio i covered the cowboys all way to the super bowl. I went the winter olympics in lillehammer. The spurs were in the playoffs. I did a lot of a great fun things that was really about honoring my mother for the first time in my life by that time she was in a group home. She couldn't maintain her life on a by herself. She had to have somebody regulator <unk> medications and and so she was there and in so honoring her it went meant going to see her on a regular basis and providing money for her and i'm still doing bible study and i was in a study of the book of romans and it was through that got study that i realized how much i had been forgiven of <hes> yeah i i. I had done a lot of <hes> bad things in college. I was very promiscuous. Skuas fatherless girls are always trying to find the love of their father and so i was doing that i thought boys would satisfy that that need that i had that hole in my heart and what i found out later that only god can satisfy that need and so i was doing some things i shouldn't have done and i was a wild partier hardier for a while and <hes> and i realized that god forgave me for all that out of his love and out of his grace and who was i not to forgive my own mother other so i forgave her and that was the beginning of a restoration that was needed and i began to love her unconditionally. I started to think what if i had been at the polo fields that day what if it had been me and my husband collapsed and died in front of my eyes. How would i have reacted. I can't even imagine and i don't know how traumatizing that that could be on a person and so i began to have a heart for her in sea routes through god's eyes rather than my own worldly only on is and so it wasn't until misdee- i forgave my mother that i could be used in any capacity in ministry street. It was after that when she died. <hes> god began to call me into a place to help other women like her to help women overcome those past past wounds and and to give women tools when they're going through some kind of dysfunction. There's so many women today misty that that <hes> can't can't seem to escape their past. I remember speaking at a conference in san antonio and and woman she's probably close to sixty sixty came up to me and she just began to to boo hoo because her her father was a sexual abuser and he used her sexually and you went to prison for and when he got out she tried to have a relationship with she had forgiven him sure enough. He did it again and she was just just heaving because this was in. It's horrible and i'm not saying saying you. You have to always see these people. If they're an abuser you don't need to do that. You should have healthy boundaries but for your own self you've got to forgive them and here's the other thing i know i'm going on and on but we're talking about fatherless-ness one of the things and somebody may be listening who was fatherless or had a bad father and one of the things that i had to due even though my father was dead and i never knew him was to forgive my father for dying. That was a very important step. If i went through this thing called a father ladder and they asked me if i'd forgive him my mother and said yes yes. I forget my mother. I was just really peaceful about that but then they said. Have you forgiven when your dad for dying i'd never met..

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"burkhardt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"burkhardt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Do know that Burkhardt left town early the next morning as being put it his work. Here was finished. Benny and walked along the street along I felt sicker all over. Maybe Jason deserved it. But I hadn't planned to put him on that kind of a spot. I tried to push it out of my mind. An undercover agent Kenneth Ford feelings anymore than he can afford, friends or family and the one main objective was still safe. I was still on the job still communist or the FBI. I still walk alone. Dana Andrews with a word about the story. You've just heard in this story as an all others names dates and places are fictitious to protect innocent persons. Many of these stories are based on incidents in the life of mathematics who would undercover FBI next week another fantastic adventure. Join us won't you. And that's I was a communist for the FBI from April twentieth. Nineteen fifty two with a red red herring. Starring Dana Andrews also in that cast. Yeah. Cruzan Betty Lou Vierzon and Mary Lansing with Truman Bradley doing announced a syndicated broadcasts. Hope you enjoyed that. Stick around more of Hollywood three sixty after these words more Hollywood.

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Supreme Court strikes down part of immigration law

Ronn Owens

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Supreme Court strikes down part of immigration law

"Jio hates eh news update update good morning to you i'm tim macallister infrared burkhardt the supreme court says part of the federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants who have been convicted of crimes is too vague to be enforced and justice neal gorsuch who has appointed by president donald trump joined the courts more liberal justices to cast the deciding vote in that five to four decision the court's decision concerns the provision of immigration law that defines a crime of violence conviction for a crime of violence subjects and immigrant to deportation and usually speeds up that process former first lady barbara bush is at her family's houston home receiving comfort care while she's in failing health the ninety two year old wife of former president george hw bush and mother to former president george w bush has decided to forego any additional medical treatment in recent years she suffered from congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease barbara bush dot org has.

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